Hardik Pandya out of World Cup 2023 due to ankle injury, know who got place in the team

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Hardik Pandya out of World Cup 2023 due to ankle injury, know who got place in the team

Hardik Pandya.

Hardik Pandya.

World Cup 2023:Indian cricket team all-rounderThere is big news for the fans of Hardik Pandya. If reports are to be believed, Hardik Pandya has been ruled out of World Cup 2023 due to ankle injury. Hardik’s exit from the semi-finals can be a big blow for India. He is an experienced player and has performed well in many big matches. In his place, Prasidh Krishna has now been included in the playing eleven of Team India.

Actually, Hardik Pandya has not been able to recover from his ankle injury. Due to which now he will not be able to play the matches of World Cup 2023. Hardik suffered the injury during India’s match against Bangladesh last month. In the middle of his first over, 30-year-old Hardik twisted his ankle and fell on the ground. Later, after treatment, he stood up with a heavy bandage on his leg. However, he failed to continue bowling. After this, Virat Kohli bowled three balls of his over.

Prasidh Krishna will play against South Africa

Meanwhile, Prasidh Krishna has been included in the team in place of Pandya. The Event Technical Committee of the tournament has approved the fast bowler as a replacement on Saturday i.e. 4th November. Prasidh Krishna will be in the field in the match to be played against South Africa to be held in Kolkata on Sunday i.e. 5th November. Will get down.

How many matches does India have to play before the semi-finals?

Let us tell you that the Indian team is performing brilliantly in the World Cup matches. Till now India has played seven matches, in which Team India has won. The Indian team has to play two matches before the World Cup semi-finals. The team’s next match will be against South Africa, which will be played on November 5 in Kolkata. After this, the Indian cricket team will take the field against Netherlands on 12th November.

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